Daniel Currie Hall

Associate Professor
Program in Linguistics & Department of English
Saint Mary’s University, Halifax, N.S.

“Linguista sum; linguistici nihil a me alienum puto.”
—Roman Jakobson

Ph.D. – University of Toronto, 2007 (Linguistics)

M.A. – University of Toronto, 1998 (Linguistics)

B.A. – University of Toronto, 1997 (Innis College)

e-mail:  daniel.hall@smu.ca  (for SMU business)
 daniel.hall@utoronto.ca  (for everything else)

Current teaching

On sabbatical in 2017–18

 

Courses taught in recent years

  • Saint Mary’s University (2011–)
    • LING 1200: Introduction to Linguistics
    • LING 2309: Phonetics
    • LING 2310: Phonology
    • LING 2320: Morphology
    • LING 2340: Semantics
    • LING 3310: Advanced Phonology
    • LING 3330: Advanced Syntax
    • LING 4420: Linguistic Theory: Analysis & Argumentation
  • University of Toronto Mississauga (2006–09):
    • LIN 100: Introduction to General Linguistics
    • LIN 204: English Grammar
    • LIN 211: Linguistics and Poetics
    • LIN 228: Phonetics
    • LIN 229: Sound Patterns in Language
    • LIN 231: Morphological Patterns in Languages
    • LIN 232: Syntactic Patterns in Language
    • LIN 247: Semantics and Pragmatics
    • LIN 322: Phonological Theory
    • LIN 331: Syntactic Theory
    • LIN 376: Introduction to Romance Linguistics
  • University of Toronto Scarborough (2004–06):
    • LIN A02: General Linguistics II
    • LGG A99: Linguistic Concepts for Effective Writing
    • LIN B04: Practical Language Analysis: Phonology
    • LIN B05: Practical Language Analysis: Morphology
    • LIN B09: Phonetics: The Study of Speech Sounds
    • LIN C02: Phonology: Sound Systems of Language
    • LIN C12: Semantics: The Study of Meaning
  • Queen’s University (2003–04):
    • LING 310: Phonetics
    • LING 330: Morphology
    • LING 340: Syntax
    • LING 415: Semantics
    • LING 435: Morphosyntax

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Postal address

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Department of English
Saint Mary’s University
923 Robie Street
Halifax, N.S. B3H 3C3
CANADA

Publications and conference presentations

If you’re citing me:

First, thanks! I’m glad that my work is relevant to something that you’re interested in. Second, if you’re wondering about appropriate ways to refer to me:

  • Name: Although Currie is a family name, it is my middle name, not part of my last name. So in author–date format, my dissertation would be cited as Hall (2007) and alphabetized under H in the bibliography.
  • Pronouns: I’m generally referred to with he/him/his, but I also have no objection to gender-neutral singular they/them/their.

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Cowper, Elizabeth, and Daniel Currie Hall. In press. The rise of contrastive modality in English: A neoparametric account. Linguistic Variation 17.1: 68–97.

Cowper, Elizabeth, and Daniel Currie Hall. 2017. First-order person features and the contrastive hierarchy. Presented at the 2017 annual meeting of the Canadian Linguistic Association, Ryerson University, Toronto, May 2017.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2017. The contrastive scope of [±tense] in Laurentian French. Presented at the 2017 annual meeting of the Canadian Linguistic Association, Ryerson University, Toronto, May 2017.

Handout: Hall-2017-CLA-handout.pdf

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2017. Contrastive specification in phonology. In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Linguistics, edited by Mark Aronoff. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Cowper, Elizabeth, and Daniel Currie Hall. 2017. Scope variation in contrastive hierarchies of morphosyntactic features. Presented at the Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics (GURT), Washington, March 2017.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2017. Laurentian French laxing harmony and the Activity Principle. Presented at the 14th Old World Conference on Phonology (OCP14), Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, February 2017.

Hall, Daniel Currie, and Kathleen Currie Hall. 2016. Marginal contrasts and the Contrastivist Hypothesis. Glossa 1.50: 1–23.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2016. Contrast and phonological activity in the vowel system of Laurentian French. Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics 37. 18 pages.

Dresher, B. Elan, and Daniel Currie Hall. 2016. Trade-offs in the contrastive hierarchy: Voicing versus continuancy in Slavic. In NELS 46: Proceedings of the Forty-Sixth Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society, edited by Christopher Hammerly and Brandon Prickett, volume 1, 43–56. Amherst, MA: GLSA.

Dresher, B. Elan, and Daniel Currie Hall. 2016. Halle’s Sound Pattern of Russian: The road not taken. Presented at the 11th annual meeting of the Slavic Linguistic Society (SLS), University of Toronto, September 2016.

Slides: Dresher-Hall-SPR-Road-not-taken-SLS-2016.pdf

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2016. Phonological identity is phonological identity. Presented at the 2016 annual meeting of the Canadian Linguistic Association, University of Calgary, May 2016.

Dresher, B. Elan, and Daniel Currie Hall. 2015. The contrastive hierarchy in Russian: Voicing versus continuancy. Presented at the 39th annual meeting of the Atlantic Provinces Linguistic Association (APLA 39), Memorial University of Newfoundland, November 2015.

Cowper, Elizabeth, Bronwyn Bjorkman, Daniel Currie Hall, Rebecca Tollan, and Neil Banerjee. 2015. There then and now. Presented at the 48th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea (SLE 2015), Leiden University Centre for Linguistics, September 2015.

Handout: Cowper-et-al-SLE-2015-handout.pdf

Cowper, Elizabeth, Bronwyn Bjorkman, Daniel Currie Hall, Rebecca Tollan, and Neil Banerjee. 2015. Illusions of transitive expletives in Middle English. Presented at ICHL 22, University of Naples Federico II, July 2015.

Cowper, Elizabeth, Daniel Currie Hall, Bronwyn Bjorkman, Rebecca Tollan, and Neil Banerjee. 2015. There's no future in Old English. Presented at the 2015 annual meeting of the Canadian Linguistic Association, University of Ottawa, June 2015.

Handout: Cowper-et-al-CLA-2015-handout.pdf

Cowper, Elizabeth, Daniel Currie Hall, Bronwyn Bjorkman, Rebecca Tollan, and Neil Banerjee. 2015. Investigating the past of the futurate present. Presented at DiGS 17, University of Iceland, May 2015.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2015. Same difference? Contrast in syntax and contrast in phonology. Invited talk presented at Contrast in Syntax, University of Toronto, April 2015.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2015. Phonological representations and phonological typology. Invited talk, Memorial University, March 2015.

Cowper, Elizabeth, and Daniel Currie Hall. 2014. Reductiō ad discrīmen: Where features come from. Nordlyd 41.2: 145–164.

Cowper, Elizabeth, and Daniel Currie Hall. 2014. The features and exponence of nominal number. Lingue e linguaggio 8.1: 63–82.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2014. On substance in phonology. Presented at the 2014 annual meeting of the Canadian Linguistic Association (CLA), Brock University, St. Catharines, ON, May 2014. In Proceedings of the 2014 Annual Conference of the Canadian Linguistic Association, edited by Laura Teddiman, 14 pp. Toronto: Canadian Linguistic Association.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2014. Substance use in moderation: Contrast and content in phonological features. Presented at the 37th colloquium on Generative Linguistics in the Old World (GLOW 37), KU Leuven, Brussels, April 2014.

Cowper, Elizabeth, and Daniel Currie Hall. 2013. English modals: Evidence for a neoparametric theory of phrase structure. Presented at the 2013 annual meeting of the Canadian Linguistic Association (CLA), University of Victoria, June 2013. In Proceedings of the 2013 Annual Conference of the Canadian Linguistic Association, edited by Shan Luo, 15 pp. Toronto: Canadian Linguistic Association.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2013. Book review: Anna Łubowicz, The phonology of contrast. Phonology 30.3: 517–528.

Cowper, Elizabeth, and Daniel Currie Hall. 2013. A neoparametric approach to variation and change in English modals. Presented at the 36th colloquium on Generative Linguistics in the Old World (GLOW 36), Lunds Universitet, April 2013.

Cowper, Elizabeth, and Daniel Currie Hall. 2013. Syntactic change and the cartography of syntactic structures. In NELS 42: Proceedings of the Forty-Second Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society, edited by Stefan Keine & Shayne Sloggett, 129–140. Amherst, MA: GLSA.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2013. Labial place in phonology: Universal and variable. In NELS 42: Proceedings of the Forty-Second Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society, edited by Stefan Keine & Shayne Sloggett, 195–208. Amherst, MA: GLSA.

Cowper, Elizabeth, and Daniel Currie Hall. 2013. Both ends against the middle: Features of voice in English, Greek, and Hebrew. Presented at the 2012 conference of the Canadian Linguisic Association. In Proceedings of the 2012 Annual Conference of the Canadian Linguistic Association, edited by Paula Caxaj.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2013. Redundant features in a contrast-based approach to phonology. Presented at the 2012 conference of the Canadian Linguisic Association. In Proceedings of the 2012 Annual Conference of the Canadian Linguistic Association, edited by Paula Caxaj.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2012. Contrast, features, and acquisition in the Parallel Structures Model. Presented at the 2012 annual meeting of the Atlantic Provinces Linguistic Association (APLA), Saint Mary’s University, Halifax, N.S., November 2012.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2012. Building parallel structures. Presented at the CASTL Decennium, Universitetet i Tromsø, September 2012.

Poster: Hall-2012-CASTL-poster.pdf

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2012. Book review: Bridget D. Samuels, Phonological Architecture: A Biolinguistic Perspective. Journal of Linguistics 48.3: 736–741.

Cowper, Elizabeth, and Daniel Currie Hall. 2012. Aspects of individuation. In Count and mass across languages, edited by Diane Massam, 27–53. Oxford University Press.

Cowper, Elizabeth, and Daniel Currie Hall. 2012. On the features and exponence of nominal number in English and beyond. Presented at the Workshop on the Representation and Selection of Exponents (WoRSE), Universitetet i Tromsø, June 2012.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2012. Book review: Rachel Walker, Vowel Patterns in Language. Lingua 122.4: 432–438.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2012. The unsolved problem of redundant features. Presented at the 20th Manchester Phonology Meeting (20mfm), University of Manchester, May 2012.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2012. Where do redundant features come in? Presented at the Montréal–Ottawa–Toronto (MOT) Phonology Workshop, University of Toronto, March 2012.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2011. Simple structures for a complicated stress system. Presented at the 2011 annual meeting of the Atlantic Provinces Linguistic Association (APLA), Cape Breton University, November 2011.

Cowper, Elizabeth, and Daniel Currie Hall. 2011. From aspect to voice: The descent of the passive light verb in English. Presented at the 13th International Diachronic Generative Syntax Conference (DiGS 13), University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, June 2011.

Hall, Daniel Currie, and Jeff Mielke. 2011. Distinctive features. Annotated bibliography published in Oxford Bibliographies Online.

Cowper, Elizabeth, and Daniel Currie Hall. 2011. Four puzzles, one solution: The development of the passive light verb in English. Presented at the 2011 meeting of the Canadian Linguistic Association. In Proceedings of the 2011 Annual Conference of the Canadian Linguistic Association, edited by Lisa Armstrong.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2011. Book review: Susanne Fuchs, Martine Toda & Marzena Żygis, eds., Turbulent sounds: An interdisciplinary guide. Linguist List 22.247.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2011. Phonological contrast and its phonetic enhancement: Dispersedness without dispersion. Phonology 28.1: 1–54.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2011. Contrast. In van Oostendorp, Marc, Colin Ewen, Elizabeth Hume, and Keren Rice, eds. The Blackwell Companion to Phonology, volume 1, 27–53. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2010. Probing the unnatural. Presented at TIN-dag, Utrecht, February 2010. In van Kampen, Jacqueline, and Rick Nouwen, eds. Linguistics in the Netherlands 2010. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 71–83.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2010. On the realization of contrastive labial place. Presented at the 2010 annual meeting of the Canadian Linguistic Association (CLA), Concordia University, May 2010. In Heijl, Melinda, ed., Proceedings of the 2010 Annual Conference of the Canadian Linguistic Association.

Cowper, Elizabeth, and Daniel Currie Hall. 2010. Structures for possession in Upper Sorbian and Czech. Presented at the 2010 annual meeting of the Canadian Linguistic Association (CLA), Concordia University, May 2010. In Heijl, Melinda, ed., Proceedings of the 2010 Annual Conference of the Canadian Linguistic Association.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2010. Labial consonants in Mohawk. Presented at the 18th Manchester Phonology Meeting (18mfm), Unviersity of Manchester, May 2010.

Cowper, Elizabeth, and Daniel Currie Hall. 2010. Slavic ‘possessive adjectives’: A semi-misnomer. Presented at the Workshop on Nominal Dependents, Banff, May 2010.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2010. The check-list: Halle's Condition 2 and the form and meaning of phonological features. Invited talk presented at the Sixth North American Phonology Conference (NAPhC 6), Concordia University, Montréal, May 2010.

Slides: Hall-2010-NAPhC-slides.pdf

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2010. Notes on some putative unnatural classes. Presented at the 33rd colloquium on Generative Linguistics in the Old World (GLOW XXXIII), University of Wrocław, April 2010.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2010. Reducing enrolment in unnatural classes. Presented at the Presented at the Montréal–Ottawa–Toronto (MOT) Phonology Workshop, Carleton University, Ottawa, March 2010.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2010. Laryngeal neutralization in Breton: Loss of voice and loss of contrast. Presented at the 2009 annual meeting of the Canadian Linguistic Association (CLA), Carleton University, Ottawa, May 2009. In Mailhot, Frédéric, ed., Proceedings of the 2009 Annual Conference of the Canadian Linguistic Association.

Cowper, Elizabeth, and Daniel Currie Hall. 2010. Where—and what—is number? Presented at the 2009 annual meeting of the Canadian Linguistic Association (CLA), Carleton University, Ottawa, May 2009. In Mailhot, Frédéric, ed., Proceedings of the 2009 Annual Conference of the Canadian Linguistic Association.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2009. Phonemic and phonetic contrast in small vowel inventories. Presented at the Toronto–Tromsø Phonology Workshop, University of Toronto, October 2009.

Cowper, Elizabeth, and Daniel Currie Hall. 2009. Argumenthood, pronouns, and nominal feature geometry. In Ghomeshi, Jila, Ileana Paul, and Martina Wiltschko, eds., Determiners: Universals and variation. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 97–120.

Dresher, B. Elan, and Daniel Currie Hall. 2009. Contrast in the twentieth century and beyond. Presented at the 17th Manchester Phonology Meeting (17mfm), University of Manchester, May 2009.

Slides: Dresher-Hall-2009-mfm-slides.pdf

Handout: Dresher-Hall-2009-mfm-handout.pdf

Cowper, Elizabeth, and Daniel Currie Hall. 2008. Tea, eels, furniture, and cattle. Presented at the 12th Bilingual Workshop on Theoretical Linguistics (BWTL), University of Ottawa, December 2008.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2008. The voicing system of Île de Groix Breton. Presented at the Workshop on Phonological Variation in Voicing, Universiteit Leiden, September 2008.

Cowper, Elizabeth, and Daniel Currie Hall. 2008. The Hungarian conditional: Non-deictic counterfactuality. Presented at the 2008 annual meeting of the Canadian Linguistic Association, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, June 2008. In Jones, Susie, ed. Proceedings of the 2008 Annual Meeting of the Canadian Linguistic Association.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2008. Old English high vowel deletion in stocking feet. Poster presented at the 2008 annual meeting of the Canadian Linguistic Association, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, May 2008. In Jones, Susie, ed. Proceedings of the 2008 Annual Meeting of the Canadian Linguistic Association.

Poster: Hall-2008-CLA-poster.pdf

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2008. Socks for Germanic feet. Presented at the Montréal–Ottawa–Toronto (MOT) Phonology Workshop, McGill University, Montréal, March 2008.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2008. Prophylactic features and implicit contrast. In Contrast in phonology: Theory, perception, acquisition, edited by Peter Avery, B. Elan Dresher & Keren Rice, 35–54. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2007. Contrastive specification in Optimality Theory: The revenge of the affricates. Presented to the Canadian Linguistic Association, University of Saskatchewan, May 2007. In Radišić, Milica, ed., Proceedings of the 2007 Annual Conference of the Canadian Linguistic Association. 14 pages.

Cowper, Elizabeth, and Daniel Currie Hall. 2007. The morphosyntactic manifestations of modality. Presented to the Canadian Linguistic Association, University of Saskatchewan, May 2007. In Radišić, Milica, ed., Proceedings of the 2007 Annual Conference of the Canadian Linguistic Association. 11 pages.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2007. Disperseness without dispersion. Presented at the Workshop on the Structure of Segment Inventories at the 30th Annual Colloquium of Generative Linguistics in the Old World (GLOW XXX), Universitetet i Tromsø, April 2007.

Handout: Hall-2007-GLOW.pdf

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2007. Inventorial econometrics. Presented at the Montréal–Ottawa–Toronto (MOT) Phonology Workshop, University of Ottawa, March 3, 2007.

Handout: Hall-2007-MOT.pdf

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2007. Laryngeal underspecification and Richness of the Base. In Sylvia Blaho, Patrik Bye & Martin Krämer, eds., Freedom of Analysis? 11–34. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Cowper, Elizabeth, Mike Barrie, and Daniel Currie Hall. 2006. Asymmetries in Cantonese glides: Where is the OCP evaluated? Presented at the Montréal-Ottawa-Toronto (MOT) Phonology Workshop, University of Toronto, February 2006.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2006. Modelling the linguistics–poetics interface. In Dresher, B. Elan, and Nila Friedberg, eds. Formal Approaches to Poetry: Recent Developments in Metrics (vol. 11 in the series Phonology and Phonetics). Berlin: de Gruyter. 221–237.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2005. You can’t get there from now: Tense and counterfactuals. Presented to the Canadian Linguistic Association, University of Western Ontario, London, May 2005.

Handout: Hall-2005-CLA.pdf

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2005. Chugach Alutiiq in a separator theory of prosodic structure. Presented at the Montréal-Ottawa-Toronto Phonology Workshop, McGill University, February 2005.

Handout: Hall-2005-MOT.pdf

Cowper, Elizabeth, and Daniel Currie Hall. 2004. The pieces of π. Presented to the Canadian Linguistic Association, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, May 2004. In M.-O. Junker, M. McGinnis, and Y. Roberge, eds. Proceedings of the 2004 annual conference of the Canadian Linguistic Association.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2004. Information theory and the wrong approach to phonological feature specification. Presented at the third North American Phonology Conference (NAPhC 3), Concordia University, Montréal, May 2004.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2004. Pairwise, pound foolish: Adjacancy and contrast in inventories. Presented at the Montréal-Ottawa-Toronto (MOT) Phonology Workshop, University of Ottawa, February 2004.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2004. A formal approach to /v/: Evidence from Czech and Slovak. In Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics 12: The Ottawa Meeting, edited by Olga Arnaudova, Wayles Browne, Mariía Luisa Rivero & Danijela Stojanović, 187–205. Ann Arbor: Michigan Slavic Publications.

Hall-2004-FASL.pdf

Frigeni, Chiara, and Daniel Currie Hall. 2003. Heads, dependents, and complexity in Shona vowel height harmony. Presented at Phonologie 2003: Des représentations aux contraintes, Université de Toulouse – Le Mirail, July 2003.

Handout: Frigeni-Hall-2003.pdf

Frigeni, Chiara, and Daniel Currie Hall. 2003. Heads, dependents, and complexity in Shona vowel height harmony. Presented [by Peter Avery] at the World Conference on African Linguistics (WOCAL), Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, June 2003.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2003. Prophylaxis and asymmetry in Yokuts. Presented to the Canadian Linguistic Association, Dalhousie University, Halifax, June 2003. In S. Burelle and S. Somesfalean, eds. Proceedings of the 2003 annual conference of the Candian Linguistic Association, 97–108.

Cowper, Elizabeth, and Daniel Currie Hall. 2003. "The role of register in the syntax-morphology interface." Presented to the Canadian Linguistic Association, Dalhousie University, Halifax, June 2003. In S. Burelle and S. Somesfalean, eds. Proceedings of the 2003 annual conference of the Candian Linguistic Association, 40–49.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2003. Laryngeal feature specifications in West Slavic languages. Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics 20: 93-114.

Frigeni, Chiara, and Daniel Currie Hall. 2003. A head–dependent account of Shona vowel height harmony. Presented at the Montréal-Ottawa-Toronto Phonology Workshop, University of Toronto, February 2003.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2002. A Subject Must Scope. Snippets 6: 8-9.

Cowper, Elizabeth, and Daniel Currie Hall. 2002. The syntactic manifestation of nominal feature geometry. Presented to the Canadian Linguistic Association, University of Toronto, May 2002. In S. Burelle and S. Somesfalean, eds. Proceedings of the 2002 annual conference of the Canadian Linguistic Association, 55–66.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2002. A source–filter model for generative metrics. In NELS 32: Proceedings of the Thirty-Second Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society, edited by Masako Hirotani, 93–114. Amherst, MA: GLSA.

Hall-2002-NELS.pdf

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2001. Review of Move! A Minimalist Theory of Construal, by Norbert Hornstein. Linguist List 12.2152, 3 September 2001.

Hall-2001-review-of-Hornstein.pdf

Cowper, Elizabeth, and Daniel Currie Hall. 2001. Overriding the phase. Presented to the Canadian Linguistic Association. Université Laval, Québec, May 2001.

Cowper-Hall-2001-CLA.pdf

Cowper, Elizabeth, and Daniel Currie Hall. 2001. The scope of conjunction. Invited talk, UNC Spring Linguistics Colloquium. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, March 2001.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2000. Diffusion of dialect words from New Orleans. Journal of English Linguistics 28.3: 265-279.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2000. Prosodic representations and lexical stress. In Jensen and Van Herk, eds. Proceedings of the 2000 Annual Conference of the Canadian Linguistic Association, pp. 49-60. Ottawa: Cahiers Linguistiques d'Ottawa.

Hall-2000-CLA.pdf

Cowper, Elizabeth, and Daniel Currie Hall. 2000. Intransitive and: Locality, Movement, and Interpretation. In Jensen and Van Herk, eds. Proceedings of the 2000 Annual Conference of the Canadian Linguistic Association, pp. 25-36. Ottawa: Cahiers Linguistiques d'Ottawa.

Cowper-Hall-2000-CLA.pdf

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2000. Infinity limited. Presented at the first North American Phonology Conference (NAPhC 1). Concordia University, Montréal, April 2000.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 2000. Redundant features in Pulaar... and why they aren't. Presented at the Montréal-Ottawa-Toronto Phonology Workshop. York University, Toronto, February 2000.

Handout: Hall-2000-MOT.pdf

Béjar, Susana, and Daniel Currie Hall. 2000. Marking markedness: The underlying order of diagonal syncretisms. In Proceedings of the Eastern States Conference on Linguistics (ESCOL) 1999, edited by Rebecca Daly & Anastasia Riehl, 1–12. Ithaca, NY: Cornell Linguistics Circle Publications.

Bejar-Hall-2000.pdf

Hall, Daniel Currie. 1999. On the geometry of auditory space. Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics 17: 134-157.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 1999. Optimality without comparison. Presented to the Canadian Linguistic Association. Université de Sherbrooke, June 1999.

Cowper, Elizabeth, and Daniel Currie Hall. 1999. Semantic composition and syntactic structure: English inflection. Presented to the Canadian Linguistic Association. Université de Sherbrooke, June 1999.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 1999. Constraining a constraint-based theory. Presented at the West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics (WCCFL). University of Arizona, Tucson, April 1999.

Balcaen, M. Jean, and Daniel Currie Hall. 1999. Tiberian Hebrew: Opaque, or simply abstract? Presented at the Montréal-Ottawa-Toronto (MOT) Phonology Workshop. McGill University, Montréal, February 1999.

Handout: Balcaen-Hall-1999.pdf

Hall, Daniel Currie. 1998. Making Gen finite. Presented at the Mid-Continental Workshop on Phonology (McWOP). University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, October 1998.

Hall, Daniel Currie. 1998. Economy and gradable grammaticality. Presented to the Niagara Linguistic Society. University of Toronto, September 1998.

Handout: Hall-1998-NLS.pdf

Hall, Daniel Currie. 1998. Contrastive specification for West Slavic voicing assimilation. Presented at the Montréal-Ottawa-Toronto Phonology Workshop. University of Ottawa, February 1998.

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